SPAIN imports nearly all of its fossil fuel from abroad, a report has shown.
The European statistics agency Eurostat has revealed that dependency on imports has risen by 17 percentage points in 25 years.
Fossil fuel imports shot from 81% in 1990 to 98% in 2015.
This places Spain as one of the most import-dependent countries in the EU.
Fossil fuels are the principal source of energy in Spain, representing 74% of the country’s usage. The transport sector in particular is almost completely reliant on fossil fuels.